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  1. UniVehje

    New Inmotion V10 (V8 Fast)

    If I wouldn't read this forum, I would still be extremely happy with my V10F. No issues and the ride is really nice and comfortable. Only thing bothering me is that I need to fix my wheel and my DIY package didn't include all the parts needed for that.
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    New Inmotion V10 (V8 Fast)

    I think they made V10s only after two batches of V10Fs. So they are made later anyway. I’m not sure. But I don’t think this affects anyone looking to buy a new V10 or V10F. New batches will be manufactured better. The problem is with the first two batches. But it might take a while before there are new wheels available.
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    New Inmotion V10 (V8 Fast)

    I got my package today but it included only the battery case. Nothing else. I know they are trying hard, but this is just sloppy. Now on to waiting for new box to arrive before I get to finish the assembly myself. The battery case feels quite flimsy. And I thought the box should include some tools as well?
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    New Inmotion V10 (V8 Fast)

    Tesla is a good option, but the trolley handle is not better. I tried one. Slower to open and close and a bit stiff. But this is a matter of taste. The narrower wheel will make it feel smaller. 18” options might be closer to the V10F in ride feel. But Tesla is certainly faster to accelerate with the smaller wheel. @Fastmike do you have a possibility to test drive wheels? I have the V10F and if I would now have to switch to another wheel that was similar, I would go for MSX (for the big battery) or 18L (sounds like very similar ride and good quality). I think those are the options right now. Do you want more range? Do you like to ride fast? Looking for comfort or practical wheel? Acceleration vs. top speed? Does size matter? Does quietness matter? There are many good wheels available but none of them is best for everyone. You need to find where you don’t want to compromise and what features are not that important.
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    Inmotion V10 fire.

    Ok, so now it's three wheels in fire. That is a pattern already. There might be more with some hush deal. I think the new sealing and battery case will make V10F one of the best protected wheels out there. So the future might look good. But with three wheels in fire they must do something about our existing wheels. A rubber sealing will not make the insides dry if water has already got in. Moisture might continue working and causing shorts in the future. The battery and control board should be switched as well. How many more fire can InMotion deal with before going out of business?
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    Inmotion V10 fire.

    Please, let's just focus on the topic. This is important.
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    Inmotion V10 fire.

    @Jeffrey Scott Will or @Bobwheel: If I find that there has been water inside my wheel when I do the DIY sealing myself, what should I do? How can I know that it is safe to keep the wheel inside if it clearly has been wet and this is already the second fire incident (that we know of)? I'm ok with finishing the weather sealing process myself but that does not cancel the 2800 kilometres that I've already ridden. I never purposely ride when wet but there have obviously been days when I've had unplanned wet spots or rain.
  8. Dude, not even close. I've been riding my V10F right next to a KS16S or two for many kilometres and boy can I hear them! It's not about decibels, it's about how annoying the pitch is.
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    Inmotion V10 fire.

    Sorry to hear this. It is a bit worrying. Just yesterday I had no other choice but ride my V10F back home in rain. The DIY fix kit is on its way but will that be enough? If something has happened earlier sealing will not help. We should have a way to check if there has been water inside. This incident tells me that fire can happen a week after getting we and without any warning. I have no way of storing my wheel outside as I live in an apartment.
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    Finnish riders - Suomalaiset ajajat

    Tulossa 13.30 Aloitan reitin jo itiksestä. Jos kierretään vastapäivään, voisin tulla mukaan vasta kulosaaren paikkeilla.
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    Finnish riders - Suomalaiset ajajat

    Mulle kävis tää reitti sunnuntaina.
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    New Inmotion V10 (V8 Fast)

    The app calculates all time average consumption simply using total km and total consumption. At the beginning this might not be accurate and after firmware update the app resets total consumption but leaves total km as is. So after firmware update that is not accurate anymore. They should fix that by starting the calculations over. But the consumption per ride should still be good and all time average should be good if the firmware has not been updated and it has enough data.
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    New Inmotion V10 (V8 Fast)

    It is real number unless you have updated the firmware which resets the Wh counter but not total kilometres. That's a bug. But in his case that number should be real. Please remember also that your average speed is higher on V10F than on V5. It is not surprising that your average consumption is higher also.
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    New Inmotion V10 (V8 Fast)

    How much do you weigh? What is your tire pressure? Do you start and stop a lot with hard accelerations? What do you get on other wheels?
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    New Inmotion V10 (V8 Fast)

    V10F app shows the conceptions, current, per ride and all time. You can always check that and compare. There's no indication that V10F has higher consumption than other wheels on same rider, road and speed. They are all quite similar. My fast and aggressive riding on trails usually consumes around 14 Wh / km, normal riding on roads 12-12,5 Wh/km.
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